Bookseller & Publisher

Arabian Plights
March 1st, 2009

Rodgers doesn’t seem to have a realistic solution to suggest, and when no obvious answer occurs to a man with as good a grasp on the problem as he has, you’ll be left wondering if the book’s purpose is to merely to numb us all with helplessness.

The Tower
August 1st, 2009

Duffy achieves a nimble pace by creating smart, suspicious characters who frequently speak in half-riddles to hide their emotions and in doing so he manages to load a lot of subtext into little dialogue.

What Came Between
August 1st, 2009

We’re gradually introduced to a group of loosely connected people and watch as birth, life, love, sickness and death affect their lives and make them force them to think about things many of them rather wouldn’t.

Turning the Me Generation into the We Generation
October 1st, 2009

At first glance this looks like a polemic against MSN and Twitter, and the author acknowledges as such in the introduction before explaining that he’s talking about deeper issues — essentially, children who grow up selfish because we don’t spend time listening or getting to know them. If only it had been about iPod wearing, slouching emos it might have been a lot more interesting.

Dymocks dives into e-books
July 1st, 2008

They’re not new. Ebooks have been around in one form or another since the dotcom revolution almost ten years behind us. Bookseller and Publisher reported on the field back in 2004 but didn’t have much hope to give other than to promise ebooks were coming.

Call it Multimedia…
April 1st, 2007

In the age of synergy across the major media conglomerates, 2006 was very kind to film and TV tie-ins, the one genre that receives perhaps the biggest jolt of free marketing of any other (a case of ‘one ad to rule them all’, maybe?)

The New Printing Economy With the economic downturn looming, paper prices soaring, an emissions trading scheme ...
March 1st, 2009

Biting the Big Apple One of the enduring themes of literature is the rags-to-riches (and back ...
November 1st, 2008

An Enterprising Industry Getting the book from the publisher to your shelves is no easy ...
April 1st, 2007

Designing in a digital world Now that ebooks have established themselves in the market, are they changing ...
April 6th, 2013

Your It's a new world -- or so you might have heard from ...
March 1st, 2005

The Tower Micheal Duffy wastes no time cutting to the chase in this taut ...
August 1st, 2009

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